Google Opinion Rewards App That Pays for Surveys Is Now Available in Thailand

Google Opinion Rewards is now available in Thailand. The quick survey app that pays users for answering questions debuted in 2013 and besides Thailand, is currently available in India and 27 other countries. Google Opinion Rewards app lets you answer surveys in exchange for Google Play credit for Android users and PayPal money for iOS users. Besides being available now in Thailand, too, the changelog has no other update, so the addition is likely to be part of a server-side change.

Thailand has been added to the list of countries Google Opinion Rewards app can be downloaded and used in, as visible on Google’s support page and the changelog of the app on Google Play. After downloading the app, you’re initially required to answer basic questions about yourself. Google will send you surveys to answer, with questions such as, “Which logo is best?,” and “Which promotion is most compelling?”

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The single best Android feature in 2020

Can you guess which Android feature was Jack Wallen’s favorite for 2020? Read on to find out.

Image: Jack Wallen

This year wasn’t exactly the most pleasant in memory–at least not for society as a whole. However, for technology, 2020 wasn’t all that bad. Sure, a large number of people had to figure out the whole work-from-home thing, but that wasn’t really all that challenging, as it turns out. As for the mobile space, there was a lot to celebrate, no matter your preferred platform. 

Android had quite a lot of wins this year. The Google Pixel 5 was a much-improved take on Google’s flagship line of devices. Android 11 took the platform and polished just about everything that was already fairly spectacular in the operating system.

SEE: Samsung Galaxy Unpacked 2020: Galaxy Z Fold2, Samsung Galaxy S20, and more (free PDF) (TechRepublic)

Of course, with each release, there are

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AMD Radeon RX 6800 XT GPU Price in India Revealed, Will Cost Rs. 64,990 Plus GST

AMD Radeon RX 6800 XT graphics card will cost Rs. 64,990 (SEP) in India before GST, the company shared through a post on Instagram. AMD unveiled three new graphics cards in its Radeon RX 6000 series including the AMD Radeon RX 6800, AMD Radeon RX 6800 XT, and the AMD Radeon RX 6900 XT last month. The Instagram post also reveals that partner cards should be arriving in the coming days. As of now, the AMD Radeon RX 6800 XT is not available on the official AMD India store or other e-retailers.

AMD India shared on Instagram that the AMD Radeon RX 6800 XT will be priced at Rs. 64,990 (SEP) in the country. The price is exclusive of GST. The post also states that board-partner cards will arrive in the coming days. As of now, there is no information on the availability of the Radeon RX 6800 XT in

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Black Friday 2020: Great Smartphones Deals

If you’re looking for a smartphone upgrade this holiday season, these 10 devices can up your mobile game without breaking the bank–as long as you shop these Black Friday deals quickly.

As 2020 draws to an end and holiday shopping begins, it’s important to think about the theme of the year, COVID-19, before going to the mall to buy gifts. There’s a good chance we’ll be doing a lot of our holiday gifts shopping online this year, which can make hunting for a good bargain hard to do: There are a lot of items for sale this Black Friday on Amazon and other e-commerce sites, and scrolling through all those devices to find great deals can be tough! 

These 10 smartphones are all on sale for Black Friday, and each offers something that makes it a great deal for the price. Please note that all phones in this article are

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D-Link May Start a New Production Unit in India: Report

D-Link is reportedly considering outsourcing production of its network devices in India. The Taiwanese company plans to start local production for the devices that are sold within India. By outsourcing production to India, D-Link aims to benefit from India’s PLI (Production-Linked Incentive) scheme. As of now D-Link has a subsidiary in India, with the office located in Mumbai, although possible production sites are currently unknown.

D-Link’s decision comes amidst rising tension between India and China. The Indian government banned 43 more Chinese apps including AliExpress, CamCard, Taobao Live on Tuesday. Despite the chaotic situation, D-Link president Mark Chen said that priority will be given to local production in India. As per a report by DigiTimes, Chen said he believes that localised production is a primary alternative for companies that are planning on dispersing their global supply chains.

The PLI scheme is a Rs. 50,000-crore plan launched by the

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